Way to Organize and Decorate My Apartment Living Room?

I had the same problem..

1. my question is about area rug for living room and dinning room?

No. They should contrast one another

2. How smart are miniature schnauzers?

Mine knows what Im going to do even before I do. So I say a 1. Seriously though, they are smart enough to not just blindly do whatever you tell them to do, but will decide if they WANT to do it or not. So they are smart but they can also be stubborn. They always want to please their owners though so they mostly do what you want them to do, and learn very quickly. I have a circle in my house (kitchen to hallway to living room to dining room to kitchen) and I used to try to get him to chase me around it. I would take his favorite toy and start running and he would chase me. After chasing me around the circle a couple of times he realized he does not have to chase me around in circles to get the toy. When I would run into the kitchen from the dining room, instead of following me he would go over to the living room and just wait for me to come around.

3. Help!!! Ideas for making a brown living room look good?

If she will let you paint, I would suggest that. It can still be neutral - use a warm taupe that matches the colors in the couch. I would use the navy and burgandy in the couches as accent colors. Lots of plants always warms up a space, and is a really inexpensive way to add color to a room

4. What color to paint my living room?

I could keep away from the sunshine blue. Consider a complemetary colour to the brown and beige. With all the ones impartial colours, it sounds such as you would ought to pass darkish. My strategies are nighttime blue or a darker crimson. (now not deep lipstick crimson) A crimson with a few black in it

5. Is it leagal for my mom to set up cameras in the living room?

for her to do a thing like that i wish to ask " what kind of a screw up are you " ?

6. Tips for Taking Down Walls and Creating an Open Floor Plan

Open living -- one room for all reasons -- is the trend that keeps on trending. So if you are still living with niche rooms -- a kitchen for cooking, dining room for eating, and living room for formal entertaining -- it's time to open your mind and home to a new floor plan that adds flow and light. "Open is how we live," says Dan Nelson, a Stanwood, Wash., architect whose firm Designs Northwest Architects specializes in open floor plans. "The idea of a formal dining room and living room does not fit our informal lifestyle today." Adds space without changing your home's footprint (a good thing because it saves money) Lets you enjoy more of your home more of the time Here are some ways to achieve open living: It's a simple concept: Take down a wall to combine spaces ($500 to $4,000 professionally done). If the wall in question is not load-bearing and does not hide plumbing pipes, it's a relatively simple task for a contractor to: Build a chase for an HVAC duct hidden in a wall Patch and paint the ceiling where the wall was attached Taking down a load-bearing wall is not as simple, but definitely doable by a professional (not a DIY project). You will need an architect or structural engineer ($100 to $150 per hour) to determine what type of support will replace the wall -- such as a post and beam -- and how you will need to shore up the wall while you are working. You do not have to take down the entire wall to get a more open feeling. A half or knee wall will open sight lines while still defining the different spaces. Half walls also can pull double duty as breakfast bars, bookcases, and extra storage. Adding daylight will make your rooms appear bigger and brighter. Here are some ways to bring in more light: Widen windows. Bust through your home's exterior and add bigger, more energy-efficient windows. If you change a 3-foot-by-5-foot double hung window to a 5-foot-by-5-foot picture window, it will cost you $450 to $1,000 for the window and $350 to $473 for labor. Add another 50% to 100% in installation costs if you have to remove siding and reframe the new window. Add French doors or sliding patio doors. Put them where windows used to be ($1,200-$3,000 installed for 6-foot-8-inch-tall by 5-foot-wide wood door). To make the most of these doors, let them open up to a patio or deck -- finished outdoor space that feels like you are extending indoor living. Install skylights. Adding skylights brings in lots of daylight -- about 30% more than a similar-size window. Install skylights ($650 to $3,500 for a 2-foot-by-4-foot model) with build-in light fixtures that you can turn on when the sun does not shine. Lighten the drapes. A low-cost way to bring in more light is to exchange heavy curtains for sheer drapes or fabric blinds. If you have an older house, there's a chance you have a dropped ceiling beneath the original ceiling, which once was considered a good way to save energy costs. Check to see if you can remove the dropped ceiling and gain 6 inches to a couple of feet in height. You also can alter ceiling joists and rafters to create a vaulted, coffered, or tray ceiling. You will want to consult an architect or structural engineer first, because ceiling joists stabilize the walls of your house. The engineer will redesign new supports to make sure the house remains secure while you raise the ceiling. All this is not cheap -- vaulting a ceiling over a 300 square foot room costs $18,000 to $25,000. If your roof is framed with trusses, raising the ceiling height will be problematic, expensive, and probably not worth it. Staircases are not set in stone (mostly). You can open them up by: Removing risers so the staircase is open and breezy This is a pricey project ($2,000 to $10,000) and not for DIYers. You should have an architect or structural engineer advise you if there are any structural concerns about dismantling the stairway. Open living can be death to storage. Removing walls and widening windows erase areas where family room hutches and cabinetry once lived. "Those are the things people do not think about until they are sitting with a box of books and wondering where they are going to put them," says Ginny Snook Scott, chief design officer for California Closets. The solution is to think out of the traditional storage box. If you've lost a bedroom, install a Murphy bed (starts at $1,350 for a queen bed) in the new space to provide an extra sleeping area when needed. Find additional storage space you might not know you have. Creating Storage Between the Studs in Your Walls 1. Make the most of scenic views when opening your floor plan. Orient new windows or doors to exploit your yard's natural beauty and the sun's free light. 2. When planning to open space, consult an HVAC specialist who will help relocate ducts and vents, and evaluate whether your heating and cooling system can handle the increased volume that raising a ceiling creates. You may have to upgrade your system. 3. Install the same flooring throughout the space. Uniform, light colors on walls and floors make open spaces look bigger and more cohesive, says Eric Tan, a real estate agent. 4. During the planning stage, make an inventory of furniture and art you must have on walls. That way you wo not be surprised when your upright piano has no home after you've renovated.

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